Fall 2016 Student Lecture Series: Jeff Morgan

Regenerating Neighborhoods with Cultural Heritage

Fall 2016 Student Lecture Series
  • 08/17/2016

  • 6 PM  - 7 PM

  • Cascieri Hall
    Boston Architectural College
    320 Newbury Street, Boston

  • communications@the-bac.edu

  • Free and open to the public

  • Design Community, Alumni, Students, Lectures

The Boston Architectural College invites the community to join us for Regenerating Neighborhoods with Cultural Heritage, a public lecture by Jeff Morgan, on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 6 pm in Cascieri Hall.


Jeffrey Morgan joined Historic Boston Incorporated in July of 2012 after completing a Master in Design Studies in Real Estate and Urban Development degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Prior to joining HBI, Jeffrey was a practicing architect, urban designer, and real estate developer. He had also been a design educator at Iowa State University. Jeffrey's work as an architect included the design of market rate and affordable multifamily housing and mixed-use and retail infill in multicultural neighborhoods. His urban design work included redevelopment strategies for distressed neighborhood business and warehouse districts. His work garnered design awards in affordable housing, interior design, historic preservation, master planning, and urban design. As a real estate professional, he has owned and managed market-rate residential properties and a commercial office / artist studio building. He has also participated as a real estate developer on pioneering efforts to revitalize distressed urban areas. Jeffrey is an Edward M. Gramlich Fellow of the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies and NeighborWorks America, where his research involved the role of community development corporations at the intersection of micro-business development and inner-city neighborhood business district redevelopment. A native of Des Moines, Iowa, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture in 1981 and Bachelor of Architecture in 1983 both from Iowa State University. He currently resides in Cambridge.